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Jan 10, 2013 5:00pm EST
the n.r.a. and wall matter which is the national's largest seller of firearm and ammunition. >> a new poll of virginiaians show that many residents would love to see armed guards at schools but they also want tighter restrictions for gun owners. jeff goldberg is live with the poll results for us. jeff? >> a new poll from quinnipiac university shows that 58% of virginia residents favor an assault weapons ban. when it comes to school like this one, the majority of virginia residents believe that armed protection has become common sense. for many parents knowing a police officer is standing watch at school provides great comfort. >> safety for the kids and the teachers. >> for other, it means guns in a place they don't want them. >> i'm against guns in general. >> but a new survey from quinnipiac university shows that residents by a margin of 66% to 29% are in support of having armed police officer in school. daniel of falls church says the sandy hook shooting convinced him that police are needed in schools in the event of a violent att
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